it doesn't matter what religion, that's what you do. and the idea that this is somehow wrong or that jesus would not be doing this. i think bill o'reilly should read four books over the holiday, matthew, mark, luke, and john. >> it's a lot of this kind of feeling in the name of religion, in the name of christianity and other religions, but the truth about food stamps, joe, is 87% of food stamp households have children, disabled, or elderly. are these the people that right-wingers are accusing of buying booze and drugs? >> well, absolutely not, you know, this is what's so ridiculous about it. and your statistics speak to it over and over and over again, reverend. i mean, the reality is this. no human being on the planet deliberately starves themselves to death.